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Monday, May 20, 2013

PUPDATE

 Fiona, above, with her foster family. Fiona had a life-threatening battle with MRSA, the antibiotic-resistant staph infection. She's still being treated for that, but she's on the mend overall.
 Frankie, above, is the puppy who had the terrible open sores in a previous post. She now has the energy to be a naughty puppy most of the time. Frankie has lost the sight in one eye, but that doesn't seem to bother her.
Samantha, above, is a born princess. She and Frankie are in the same foster home. 
The donations of medications have provided enough to see all three puppies through a three month treatment, with a few to spare. Financial donations pretty much equal the vet bills so far.
There are some great people out there.

19 comments:

  1. Excellent news hen, I do enjoy a happy ending.

    By the way... took your advice on the wee pony situation, bought her a VW instead.

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    1. Chef, I'm always happy to spread good news.

      The VW had me puzzled for a moment, as to what breed of horse that represented. Then I got it... the kind of horse you can park and forget, if needs be. That sounds a much better gift in this case.

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  2. Ahhhh. News I wanted to hear. They're transforming into their lovely selves before our eyes.

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    1. Kerry, they do look better, don't they?

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  3. How wonderful for all of them and how wonderful they are...Thank you for visiting me this morning. How was your husband's birthday bash?

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    1. e, birthday was great, if exhausting, thanks. I'm blogging 'cos I don't have the energy for much else today:)

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  4. I'm so glad to see them looking so much better.
    Thank goodness for you people.

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  5. Helen, isn't Fiona precious in her life-jacket?

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  6. Thanks for this doggie update. Glad to see that everyone is doing well.

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  7. Stephen, We had help from far and wide.

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  8. Show people an animal in need and they will help if they can.
    I am glad all the patients are doing well.

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  9. So wonderful to see them on the mend :-D

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  10. What a nice update. All the pups are looking so much better!! I am happy to see them recovering both health and that spark of energy!

    How was the party?

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  11. Friko, Wiola, Jean & Trudi, Sorry I'm behind on answering. Thanks for your comments. The pups thank you for your good thoughts too.

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  12. Love a good update! They're gorgeous, so glad they're getting the meds they need.

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    1. Hostage, they look as though they believe in their future now.

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  13. What a difference from those terrible pictures pre treatment. You must be so delighted.

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  14. Wally, we all are. We were happy when they survived the first night. It was that close a call:(

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